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The K-CAP EMAC Centre opened its doors in March 2004 after the then Deputy President of SA Jacob Zuma. On the 28th September 2003 Ekhaya official launched. K-CAP EMAC - an extraordinary organisation led by an extraordinary man, Edmund Mhlongo, the founder and its Director. Edmund Mhlongo\'s passion for the performing arts helped guide the creation of the K-CAP (October 1993) and therefore the construction of EMAC - with a sense of excitement and his commitment to the arts.
Kwa Mashu Community Advancement Projects (K-CAP of Positive Arts) is a youth integrated arts and multimedia empowerment organization founded in October 1993. In April 1995, K-CAP was registered as a Development Trust for arts education and cultural advancement (Reg. No. IT1116/95) - it is also registered with the Department of Social Development as a not-for-profit organization and is now a Section 21 non-profit company.
In December 2003, Kwa Mashu Community Advancement Projects (K-CAP) through Ekhaya Multi Arts Centre (EMAC) launched with success the KZN African Film Festival (KAFF).
The purpose of KCAP EMAC is to discover, develop, expose and contribute artists towards sustainable employment opportunities and to provide creative, quality arts and entertainment to the community.